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With no mandate from the people for this change, they'll be voted down, vows Labour peer Mike Watson.
The Government expects the nine-year-old to cross borders to apply for reunion.
The former parliamentary candidate has her eye on the "Remainiacs".
Ukip's most successful leader bows out.
The women of the PLP are more likely to sit out the second phase of Corbyn's leadership.
Support for independence is higher than at the start of the first Scottish referendum campaign.
Theresa May was "the best person for the job of the candidates who put themselves forward," the former chancellor says.
The former Chancellor has even got former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg involved.
Restrictions on faith schools are being lifted.
Their biggest allies could be disgruntled Tory MPs.
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